33 GETTING SOMETHING FOR NOTHING  

jasonabadboy4u 29M
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6/22/2006 1:26 am

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33 GETTING SOMETHING FOR NOTHING

33 GETTING SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
A young man dreams of owning his own set of wheels, a car. He spends his free time gazing through car adds, fantasizing about the day he finds himself behind the wheel of his dream car. One spring day while looking through the adds, he spots his car, and it is exactly the one he wanted, and at an incredible low price. Thinking the deal was to good to be true, he had to find out, So he arranges to meet with the owner one chilly afternoon and is impressed. He asks why the car is for sale at an absurd low price, and the owner replies that he needed quick cash and wants to get rid of it. The car is in mint condition, everything about it is perfect, and the engine runs just fine. And without anymore hesitation the young man writes out a check, and rides off in his dream car. Weeks past and the weather warms up. And one day while out driving the young man notices a strange order in his new car, but can't figure out what it is. So he tries to cover up the smell with air freshener, but that doesn't up. He tries cleaning the interior with deodorizers and disinfectants, but that doesn't help either. So he takes the car to a car wash, and pays professional cleaners big bucks to sanitize the while car, but after the cleaning the smell persisted. And as the days grew warmer the revolting smell grew worse. Finally not being able to stand it any longer, The young man returns to the guy that sold the car to him, and demands to know what the cause is of the foul order in his car. So the previous car owner gives in and explains that his father use to own the car. And that his old man enjoyed going on long drives out in the country alone. One summer day while out driving on an isolated road, the old man had a heart attack and died, right there in the drivers seat. And because he was so far out in the middle of nowhere, his decaying body was not discovered for weeks. So the horrific order clinging to the interior of the car was the dead rotting flesh of the old man. And nothing the old man's son did could get rid of the stench. But when winter came the smell began to lighten and the man's son saw the chance and decided of getting rid of the car, and at a fire sale price to be gone with the car that much more quickly. So the moral of this story is, You Can't Get Something For Nothing.


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